Jeremy Growe has completed six years on the Musketeer staff. Growe assumed the role of Director of Men's Basketball Operations in 2011 after spending the previous two seasons as a graduate program assistant. As Director of Basketball Operations, Growe's responsibilities include acting as the liaison between the basketball staff and the academic side of campus, internal scheduling, Director of Chris Mack Basketball Camp and overseeing video operations for the coaching staff.
"Jeremy has done a great job during his time in the program," said head coach Chris Mack.
During Growe's five years with the program, Xavier has compiled a 111-57 record. Xavier also won two Regular Season Atlantic 10 Conference Championships and played in four NCAA Tournaments, including two Sweet 16 appearances. While serving as a graduate program assistant Growe participated in video scouting, assisted the coaching staff on the floor during skill instruction and practice, participated in tracking the academic progress of the men's basketball student athletes, helped organize on campus recruiting efforts and executed the film exchange program. While working with the men's basketball team Growe also completed his master's degree from Xavier University in sport administration in 2011.
Growe came to Xavier after graduating from Indiana University in 2009 with a degree in sport marketing and management. During his time at Indiana, Growe spent the 2006-2007 and 2007-08 seasons as a student manager. His duties included assisting the coaching staff on the floor during practices, assisting the coaching staff with video scouting, managing the operations of summer camp and participating in day-to-day operations with the team. During Growe's time the Hoosiers went 46-19 including back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances.
Growe also spent the summers of 2008 and 2009 working with the Indiana Elite AAU program. During his time with Indiana Elite Growe participated in on the floor coaching of players during games and practices, recruited players to the program and handled administrative tasks for the team. Growe coached multiple Division I players during his time with the program.
Growe, who was born in St. Louis, Mo., and his wife Samantha live in Cincinnati.